Diane Watkins, Freelance Writer, Editor, and Educator
I’m one of the original geeks. Like most teens of today, I first took computer programming in high school, except there were no hard drives or even floppy drives back then. I stored my programs on rolls of paper tape, punched with holes. In college, I moved up to punch cards – one card for each line of code. If I dropped the stack, or they got out of order in any way, I was in big trouble.
I’ve continued to love computers over the years but haven’t kept up with the programming languages. Instead, I now concentrate on building and writing websites. I love researching new topics and organizing information into unique, well-written, and SEO optimized articles, e-books, and blog content.
Computers were in their infancy when I graduated with my degree in Chemistry. They had come a long way by the time I pursued a Master’s degree in Education and Technology.
For the past seven years, I’ve been a full time freelance writer. I have written for newspapers, universities and a major brand of salad dressing. I’ve written articles, blog posts, complete websites, product descriptions, and sales pages. I have the education and experience to help you build your website and move it to the first page of the search engines.
Browse through my portfolio for examples of my work. Then, contact me to discuss how I can help you.